August isNational Black Business Month That's Right!! There are many black-owned businesses that you can support during the 31 days of August, and you are encouraged to do so throughout your communities, respectively. Not only during the month of August, but support these businesses throughout the year. For there are many businesses that provide excellent products and services that need your s ...Read more ›
The South Florida Chapter of NAN recently convened at New Birth Baptist Church ...Read more ›
The Westside Gazette partners with the Oscar Thomas Foundation to present “Masterpiece in the Park,” an 8 week summer literacy camp that encourages students ages 5-12, to tap into their creativity, and improve their academic, and speaking skills. During weekly visits, WSG staff use the newspaper to facilitate writing activities with campers who serve as WSG Junior reporters. At the conclusion of the program ...Read more ›
You are invited to attend: Cannonball Jazz Series Thursday, April 11, 2013 from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM t ...Read more ›
You are invited to the ABOVE THE INFLUENCE (ATI) event to support Broward County Youth and what they are ABOVE!!!!
“Above The Influence: Broward County” is a group of people, united to improve the statistics of youth involved in positive activities and behaviors that grant access to a life with great purpose. Among the many who stand with us are numerous local agencies, in and around Broward County, Florida, who share the vision for a better, healthier future for our youth and their families. To kick-off the ATI moveme ...Read more ›
Please join us in supporting the upcoming Warner Bros. Pictures release of the JACKIE ROBINSON biopic "42 - The True Story of an American Legend". The film opens nationwide on Friday, April 12th and needs your support in making it a success! "42" tells the story of two men-the great Jackie Robinson [played by CHADWICK BOSEMAN] and trailblazing Brooklyn Dodgers GM Branch Rickey [played by Oscar ...Read more ›
This year as we again observe the days set aside to mark and remind us of both the tragic passing and praiseworthy endurance of victims of HIV/AIDS among us, we, of necessity, continue to search for solutions. And that search, wherever else it takes us, always leads us back to ourselves. For the effective confrontation and curing of this horrible human epidemic, so devastating to us as African people all ov ...Read more ›